M-Solv, Oxford

M-Solv Oxonian ParkWith many years of experience in laser technology, M-Solv has successfully established itself as an innovative leader in developing new and advanced laser processes in microelectronic and photo-voltaic sectors for both commercial and scientific applications.

In recent years ink jet deposition has been added to our process portfolio as the demand for more cost effective metallic deposition techniques has grown. These technologies combined place M-Solv at the forefront of pioneering new and improved process techniques in various technology sectors.

M-Solv is based in Oxford, UK. We also have an active office in Hong Kong, a manufacturing partner in Taiwan and partnerships worldwide. As an equipment manufacturer and integrator, M-Solv provide complete engineered solutions for large scale production, pilot trials, and R&D applications. We primarily supply products to first and second tier companies, as well as working with universities on government funded projects.

1 PhD position is based here

ESR12. “Device development via thin film deposition of graphene-based composites”

ESR10. Sebastian NuferSebastian Nufer received his BSc degree in Mechanical Engineering and his MSc in Micro- and Nano systems from ETH Zurich. In his studies he focused on MEMS and sensor fabrication/characterisation. In a semester project graphene was incorporated into a thin film transistor design and during his master thesis he worked on a read-out of a passive micromechanical acoustic amplifier. His hobbies include all kind of sports, mainly Badminton and Skiing; he also enjoys Reading and Movies and is an aviation fan.

Project Supervisor at M-Solv

S10Adam Brunton leads the M-Solv development group focused on PV interconnects, inkjet printing and spray deposition of functional materials for the large area electronics industry. He has a wide experience of technology development and implementation in challenging industries. Before joining M-Solv Adam developed prototype exposure tools and optics for extreme-ultraviolet (EUV) lithography of semiconductor devices at Exitech and Media Lario Technologies. This was a change from his early career as a university lecturer researching X-ray optics for astronomy and planetary science applications. After receiving an MA in Physics from Oxford University he studied for a PhD on X-ray optics from Leicester University. Adam also worked on calibration of NASA’s Chandra X-ray observatory and has published over 40 papers.

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